Free Swapper is a Pocket PC version of a game that dates back to olden days. It was invented by Tibetan monks and was an integral part of a complex ritual. The game surfaced in the royal courts of France during the XVIII century and quickly became popular among the lords and ladies - and their kids, too.
The concept of the game is straightforward, but attention is required on the player’s part. Legend has it that a certain Tibetan monk (whose name nobody seems to recall) boasted that since he had attained something close to spiritual perfection, he could keep a game of Swapper going forever. The monk managed to continue a game for several days… till he was caught cheating and unceremoniously expelled from the monastery.
Swapper is similar to the game Bejewelled. Swap any two adjacent gems and create a valid set of three or more identical gems with each move. Our Swapper is faithful to the best traditions of such well-known games as Lines, Tetris and other "tile" type games.
The family is in for some good times with Swapper. But please: no monk-ey business.